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Rawlyk joined the Huskie men’s basketball coaching staff in 2007-08 as an assistant coach before taking over as interim coach in 2010-11. He continued in the interim position in 2011-12. In May of 2012, Rawlyk was officially named head coach of the program.
In 2010-11, Rawlyk led the Huskies to a fourth place finish at the CIS Championship and a second place finish in the Canada West after sporting a conference 20-4 record. The next season, Rawlyk continued the success leading the Huskies to the program’s first-ever hosting duties at the Canada West Final Four after finishing first in the conference with a 16-4 record. The Huskies finished with a bronze medal at the Canada West Championship.
Rawlyk spent more than two decades coaching at Holy Cross High School in Saskatoon. During his tenure, he established the Crusaders, as winning program in the city. He led the Crusaders to 11 City Championship titles. Holy Cross also won three Provincial Championships during this time. A number of Rawlyk’s high school players have moved on to the Huskie level including current Huskie Patrick Burns.